The new pub on Wulfstan Way is looking more and more like a welcome house, and we are looking forward to enjoying a drink there soon. Another good sign is that the owners have submitted their licence application – have a look here: Queen Edith licence premises licence application and comment if you wish to by 17th March.
The Focus Team was in Wulfstan Way today and by chance, so were Richard and Helen, from the company that owns the pub, and they kindly showed us round. They told us completion could be late April or early May.
Since September, I have been chairing the Cambridge Joint Area Committee (CJAC for short) is a joint County/City Council committee that handles a number of traffic-related matters in the City of Cambridge, including:
- Determining priorities for the Local Highway Improvement Initiative
- Traffic management, parking regulation, cycle and pedestrian schemes
- Advising on on-street and off-street parking charges.
- Advise on priorities for Section 106 funding for traffic management and other transport schemes
- Determining objections to Traffic Regulation Orders
- Resolving detailed design issues for traffic management proposals
The next meeting is on Tuesday
22nd 20th January, and councillors will be taking decisions on new parking restrictions on the Accordia Estate, cycle parking in Thoday Street, and pavement café licences in the city centre. To view the agenda, click here.